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CAT architecture exhibition opens in Birmingham

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Students on the Centre for Alternative Technology’s part 2 course are exhibiting their work as part of Birmingham Festival of Architecture

This weekend I visited Birmingham Architecture Festival, where alongside walks, a self build course and film showings, students from the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth were exhibiting their work.

A stone’s throw away from the hubbub of the city centre lies NEST, an exhibition space below Glenn Howells Architects’ office. It is here that you can find an exhibition of work by students on the professional diploma course at the Centre for Alternative Technology. If you’re in Birmingham this week, it’s well worth a look.

The exhibition entitled ‘Doing Architectural Education Differently’, does not just show the recently graduated part 2 student work, but also gives a taste of the unique teaching environment at the rural Welsh school.

Doing Architectural Education Differently

Where NEST (Glenn Howells Architects), 321 Bradford Street, Birmingham, B5 6ET

When Until Monday June 10th, 10.00am - 4.00pm weekdays only

CAT Birmingham exhibition

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